93Q (WNTQ), 95X (WAQX), and Lite 105.9 (WLTI) have resumed streaming of their live signals over the Internet, the first commercial radio stations in Syracuse to do so.
93Q's morning team of Ted Long and Amy Robbins have released a CD oftheir best on-air bits. The disc, appropriately titled "Ted and Amy's Greatest Bits - Volume 1", is available at local P&C stores for $9.93 with $2 from each sale benefiting local children's charities.
The Syracuse New Times has released its fifth annual 'Best of Syracuse' reader poll. Winners in the radio categories include K-Rock (WKRH/WKRL) for best station, Dakota of Hot 107-9 (WWHT) for best local disc jockey, and best local morning show honors once again go to 93Q's (WNTQ) Ted Long and Amy Robbins.
Former 93Q staff member Neil Sullivan died on Thursday, 9/13 after a short battle with lung cancer. Sullivan, who most recently worked as program director of WMEQ in Maine, was a 20-year radio veteran who also spent time in Worcester, Milford, and on Cape Cod. Funeral services are scheduled for this Friday, 9/21 in Dennis, […]
It was a busy and rewarding day yesterday for ten area radio stations. Clear Channel stations B104.7, Y94FM, Hot 107-9, Power 106.9, 570 WSYR, and SportsRadio 620 collected over $500,000 for the relief effort in New York City and Washington D.C.. Citadel stations 93Q, 95X, Lite 105.9, and WNSS AM raised nearly $110,000. Donations will […]